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Live Like A Celebrity — Get Your Drinks Delivered With Booze Carriage

Tue, July 30, 2013 1:01pm EDT by Add first Comment
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Celebrities have the busiest lives — there’s photo shoots, movie premieres, press events — need I go on? Well, much like celebrities, we all lead busy lives and sometimes we don’t have time to make that quick alcohol run for a much-needed break. Now, with the help of BoozeCarriage.com, we can have our wine and drink it too!

Whether you’re a celebrity or not, you’re always busy doing something. When you’re on the go all the time, you could use a break with some refreshments. Thanks to New York City’s BoozeCarriage.com, you can live like a celebrity and have your alcoholic beverages delivered right to your door! No need to leave the comfort of your home — just plug in your address and choose your beverage!

Beverages Delivered To Your Door — Get The Royal Treatment

Live a life fit for a queen or a celebrity! BoozeCarriage.com, which currently only serves New York City, allows customers to order alcoholic beverages for delivery right to their homes. Be it wine, liquor or beer, you can finally relax with a cold drink after a long day’s work.

All you have to do is plug in your address and choose from a selection of alcoholic beverages. Within just 30 to 60 minutes, your choice beverage will be delivered right to your doorstep. Hey, who wouldn’t want to avoid going out of their way to buy alcohol — it’s such a hassle. Plus, with BoozeCarriage.com, you can purchase your beverage at the same price as you would pay in the store — it’s a win-win! Now you can enjoy the royal treatment — sit back, relax and take a sip!

How about it, HollywoodLifers? Do you want to live like a celebrity? Do you think it’s a great idea to have alcohol delivered to your door?

— Katie Kravat

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